WishList Member Mergecodes or Shortcodes can be inserted into a page or post by using the blue WishList Member Mergecodes or Shortcodes inserter in the Classic Block in the WordPress Gutenberg editor.
More info on using a Classic Block in the WordPress Gutenberg editor to insert Mergecodes and Shortcodes can be found here.
(Another option to generate and copy a shortcode or merge code is the Shortcode Creator found on the WishList Member Dashboard)
A list of some of the available WishList Member Shortcodes:
ismember – The content inside the Shortcode will be displayed to members only.
Example: [wlm_ismember] this text can only be seen by members [/wlm_ismember]
nonmember – The content inside the Shortcode will be displayed to non-members only.
Example: [wlm_nonmember] this text can only be seen by non-members [/wlm_nonmember]
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A list of some of the available WishList Member Mergecodes:
First Name: [wlm_firstname]
Last Name: [wlm_lastname]
Membership Levels: [wlm_memberlevel]
Pay Per Posts: [wlm_userpayperpost]
Login Form: [wlm_loginform]
Login URL: [wlm_loginurl]
Profile Form: [wlm_profileform]
Profile URL: [wlm_profileurl]
RSS Feed: [wlm_rss]
Join Date: [***Level Name Specific Code***]
Expiration Date: [***Level Name Specific Code***]
Content Levels: [***Level Name Specific Code***]
A full list of available Mergecodes can be seen by clicking the blue WishList Member Mergecodes or Shortcodes inserter in a Classic Block.
Inserting Mergecodes and Shortcodes is explained in more detail (including screenshots) in this Knowledge Base article.